- Value: 19/20
- Functionality: 20/20
- Quality: 20/20
- Aesthetics: 20/20
- Comfort: 20/20
- TOTAL: 99/100
I have never been, as they say, good at underwear. OK, I doubt anyone has actually ever uttered that phrase, but on occasions when I’d observed (dressing rooms, girls’ trips, etc.), my friends’ nice looking, functional underwear I would wonder what I was still doing messing around with Hanky Panky thongs I’d had since college. And once in a while, I’d problem solve by taking to Amazon Priming some highly rated briefs or, more recently, dropping a big ole’ package of Costco Kirkland-brand undies into my shopping cart right on top of an oversized jar of blue cheese olives.
But when I got pregnant and things started changing (aka the size of my butt and just generally being more uncomfortable), suddenly a need for real-deal nice looking, functional underwear became a priority—pinching waistlines and circulation-cutting thighs was just not gonna work for for me. In fact, at that point, I’d rather wear nothing than catch a glimpse of my rear in the mirror with EVPL (extremely visible panty lines).
And ya know what? While I was swapping up my skincare regimen for clean beauty and pregnancy-safe products, an underwear brand that was equally thoughtful about chemicals and materials would be nice, too.